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Performance of the phase II Dandora waste stabilisation ponds the largest in Africa: the case for anaerobic ponds



Performance of the phase II Dandora waste stabilisation ponds the largest in Africa: the case for anaerobic ponds



Water Science and Technology 33(7): 91-98



The Dandora Waste Stabilisation Pond System treats the industrial and domestic sewage from the City of Nairobi, Kenya and is the largest pond system in Africa. The ponds have the capacity to treat a dry weather flow of 80,000msuperscript 3/d but currently treat only half this flow.

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DOI: 10.1016/0273-1223(96)89141-4



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